Long-Term And Short-Term Disability Appeals

It is hard enough living with the lasting effects of a serious injury or medical condition without having to prove to an insurance company how bad that impact is. But, this is the reality for many people. They may have been seriously injured or are suffering from a difficult medical condition that prevents them from working, yet their insurer fails to accept their claim for long-term disability benefits.

A Denied Claim Is Not The Last Word

A denial does not have to be the final word on the issue. Working with skilled attorneys who understand long-term disability benefits can help ensure that you will have the best chance of getting the full benefits you deserve even after a denial.

Our firm can appeal directly to your insurance company. Through an administrative appeal, we can begin fighting to secure the benefits you need to help make ends meet. We will work to obtain the medical evidence necessary to build the strongest case for you. Our focus is to put you in the best possible situation.

Taking Your Appeal To Court

When administrative appeals fail, there is always the option of filing a lawsuit. Bringing your case into court can be extremely beneficial. While the insurance company may still deny valid evidence of disability in an administrative appeal, the court will have the final say in litigation.

Decades Of Combined Experience

At Robinson & Clapham, our firm has been fighting for the best possible outcomes for our clients for decades. We know disability benefit law and how to make sure that our clients' needs are well understood and acknowledged. We will get to know you, what you are going through and what you need to help you face the challenges your disabling condition causes for you so that we can build the strongest case possible.

Long-Term Disability Representation For Rhode Islanders In Need

For representation that understands how to take action after a denied long-term disability claim, turn to the lawyers of Robinson & Clapham. We have offices in Providence and Wakefield and will work around your schedule for your initial consultation. Call 401-400-3841 or 401-594-4365, or contact us online.